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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 31 January 1884

rX s. n - f 'Vvf flV mmMmmmmmmm -HJ? pK??? "?gsu -a- - a? '" if JTJ---wyw.- --? - 1 V vie ff .- . " - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D 0., THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 188. 8. 0, WUm REMINISCENCES. QmitKHcd Jrom ll page. Vffcere 5cncral Hooker's division had another bame4crislic engagement the 25th of Juno; 6 Tttotewsuguly intrench the new line thus lsted a line which commanded ahundauce T cn spaces, and at certain points had the JRhwond works, not xaoro than four miles off lit a straight line, plainly in view; finally, trader cover of this strong protecting line, -work liis army gradually, by a flank inove Hrent, from right to left, to shift his hase of MpliesXroin the York to the James. Barns says: "'The host laid schemes o' mice and men gang aft aglec." So was it here. Again, as we so often saw in our -war, the dis turbing force a force that no commander for a, time was able to control was that of the en emy. The process of preparation and moving the army westward had gone on quietly...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 February 1884

vfTtr jv,- Til's ; , a- - VV,.. .. "lT -?Sf-; jpar - JSTarttcrttai 'Q- "& mt im Wx vcU to toc ttte fartttfc, snil fot ftte wftlow ami oifytomfc" -rrrt 'rr- WASHINGTON, D. 0., THUEiSBAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1884. CO YOL. ID-NO. 26.-WHOLE NO. 130. ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. U flttirttn GEE 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal .Reminiscences of tlie War of the 'Rebellion. THE " A3RM3T IN MOTION McCleUan Effects His Change of Base to ;lhe James River. THE SBYBttf DAYS5 ELGEH?. Magnifier's Cheek at Allen's Farm and .Savage's Station. By JIaw-iQmoral 0. 0. Howard, U. -S. A. XYL A comrade writos mo that lie lias boon Tend- j ing fisoru wy series or monographs to Ills chil dren. I jfaftreoraetiiacs tliat many things which arc very plain to us who -wore in the army j become not a little obscure to our wives and children. For their Bakes psrmit me to re state a few things concerning our army the morning -of the 23th of June, 1952. Conceive the Army of the Potomac lacing Hichinond, bsbuid au irregular line ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 February 1884

SJir r- .'V 'rV T- 2X THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, ' FEBRUARY 7, 1884. iRP .. TtVtstorn soldiors barn down your town and munrljr roast your own brother alive? No Yankee soldier for me ! " Jano Watorbury, you never saw Captain Adams. If you had, you would " "Have failon in love -with him? as I believe in my soul you have done. Vievo, write to lm anyhow! I will ruail your lotter." "Than!: you; but 1 can mail rayownletters. If Captain Adams wishes to improve his ac quaintance with me, he can find 1 he way, 1 sup pose. Thereto the bell for recitation. Como ! " And these two Southern girls who wore af fect iiimte as filters, went hastily togother lo the recitation room. This, was Thursday morning. On this day bv tin- morning tram came a lotter from The H ru tajre inviting Genevieve & como down Saturday andstay over Sunday with her cousin, Mrs. liwtervKle. A cordial invitation was algu c eadod to Genevieve's friend and school mate Miss Waterbnry, to come also. An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 February 1884

sa?W3seae.' SBggasstss f - - f THE NATIONAL TRIBOTE: "WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1884 f?W-rVtt.-kf&!f?!3!r TpiGTOWNFAILUR r IL- M How It Made Three People Tory Happy- 2i G. F. Johnson ItAveuld bo diflicult to imagine a more cJc pnKsing place Hi an Jigtown in May, except for iuronew'ho had seen Jigtown in April. The spring there had a peculiar effect of deferred hope. Obdurate patches of grimy snow Jay along tho fences, with outliers here and tliere into the stony fields. The winter road-bed of impacted ice, furrowed witli miniature brooks, seemed as likely as not to last till it formed a baUom" for the nest season's sleighing. The shapes and attitudes of the few straggling trees suggested a struggle for an existence hardly wortk struggling for. Tiiey liad tiie dejectod air of aborigines nearly civilized out of exist ence. Turn whicli way you might, it invari ably seomed uphill and into increased chilli ness. Xt is true Jigtown enjoyed a certain reputation among sci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 February 1884

srjriXo'L-rA r- -j---r yrJWt:ff' - --t.-K - ; i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON? - D. 0., THURSDAY, . FEBRUARY 7, 1881. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.J TO CRC FOB HIM WO HAS DORNE THC nATTLT, AND FOI tt WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. "THE VWUOmf OF THE PWOUO DCHT OF THE UNITED Ctates, nurHomzco ov law, iMotusmo ocors incurred for . J'AVMSNT OT PChSWUS AND BOUKTIGG TOR SERVICES IN SUP- rRtsewsc iBecmoN OB REWBUIOK, 6HAU. HOT BE OUES T3NEO ---SBC. 4, ART. XIV, CONBTITUTIOW OF THE UNITED CTATCS. I OC'MIBER IT THC rmSBT PAPER SCKJTTD TO THE INTER" rETSOFVNeaOUNGRmSLaMBBtMTHCOOUKTffir. I EARNESTLY COKKCMB fT TO AU. OOWflMWe OF THE OBOBR." Rmm. VawDchvoort, CumWIH-CMF, G. A. R. PUrUSHED WEEKLY. One DoHat' per' "Yoar. Blx months, 75 cant. Ko subscription for a I 3ts lioriotl reoefrrofi. JZS-T&mSOF 8UB80R1P710M tNVAmADLY C6h in ADVAMOC -UtoNCV nMOMMSt TNCTWttt THAH X matt TCRES MTTBR, KMTM. MOTEt, POSTAL MONCY OB9CR, OR drwt tM New York, wu at at thc r or the agiiber, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 February 1884

jft wKSsgSS .- .,.., ,-A - -..V.;(,g "V - '"I 'ill j "i THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHIFaiWf D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY T, 1884 o. DOINGS OF CONGRESS. The Fitz-Jolm Torior Bill Passes llie House Pension Measures. In the Sonato, on Woanee&Hy, Hie 30tli alt., Mr. illair ftT. II.) presented a petition signed Trrikout4.fJD9 ciliiecus rflwiit 4.009 cj Ulceus of tlio District 01 U)lum- bia,anfl other petitions signed by larjieiiumbors of citizens or the Torritorios of Washington, Dakota, and Idaho, all praying for the cuact Miont by Congress of a law prohibiting the manufacture or salo of alcoholic liquors in the District and Territories. The Senate llieii toolc up and debated the conference report on the Greely relief expedi tion, withdrawing the "volunteer" clause. Mr. Hdo (Me.) recommended concurrence in the H$wrt; Messrs. Shorman 0.), Saulsbury DeM. an Ingalls (Kan.) favored iion-concnr-xeuce. Yitbout result, at 1 o'clock, the Chair tuiaoimeeQ tiit Ue bour had arrived for Sena tor to a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 February 1884

'$fymmsy1 , S ' 0 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON", D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1884. V THE ENCpPlfENTS. h Great Galliering at Zancsvillej 0. Llovd Elected Commander. Special Correspondence Nationni Tribune. Zanikviixk, Feb. 2. It was a cordial, spontaneous ami sp'eudid reception the oonirades of Haelctt Post, G. A. JL, u&vc the comrades of the State Encampment at tiiolr eighteenth annual anniversary, as well aslo 1bo delegates of the Woman's Relief Corps. The old iion town, as solid in worth as in business prev-ts, did hersolf proud, arnryed right roy-Uy m decorations of evergreen and uuotlng- Hazlett l'ost is one of the sterling organizations of the State, whoso membership was almost quadrupled under the leadership of Comrade Kennedy, and of whose wide-awake members 225 read The National Tbibuxe. To Comrade Kennedy and Comrade R. B. Brown is lately due the patriotic osdering of an'aiis and for the arrangement of the very entertaining programme of Wednesday own ing, upon the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 February 1884

iprisip f FIGHTING THEHJ OYER Wiiat Our Yetans Have to Say About Tlrclr Old Campaigns. Tlio 2d Iowa at Tort Donfclson. To lib Editor National Tkijisne: I ihavo wailed in vain for some member of the 2d Iowa to correct the statement of Comrade Ales. Uionipsoa. company K, as to who Ithintod the colors on Fort Donulsou. Oar flag was planted on the works by Corporal Voltaire P.Twouibly, oompany F. ami I Jmve never beard the fart called iu question. He was the only man of tbe color-guard on his feet sit the close of the action. Twoinbly was made sergeant, and carried onr colors tl rough the two days' fight at Sbiloh. He vm& commissioned lieuten ant, and was -wounded at the battle of Corinth; uppointed -adjutant in the veteran organization of tiie Tcginicut, aud again wounded in the Atlanta, campaign; commissioned captain bo Ibro 10 march to tho i,oa,aiid "was with his company tmd regiment through tho war a gallant soldier and an efficient oftoor. Tlie charge at DouelsoH called forth f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 7 February 1884

I- ,. IV"- 'vfift -i . THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, ii. &., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1884. ?'f UOJOfAEB'S REMINISCENCES. Continued from 1st page. rear of the retreating army. His first halt, on the 29th, was at Alien's field or farm. Our Alvision and that or Sedgwick were placed on tke right-hand side of the railroad as yon face ard Richmond. ALLEYS TMlit. nel Brooke, with his 53d Pennsylvania, ok possession of a log building. French, who commanded thc leading brigade, sent him HaKzard's battery, which was put on a knoll siear lb e regiment. At 9 o'clock Jlagruder and Hugcr, forming part of a combined movement to catch and destroy this army, chocked by the trains at the swamp, came surging on, and epened a furious attack upon Sumner's com mand. Magruder, this time, was a little too eager; for Brooke, with Hazzard's battery, soon effectively, aided by Pclit's, McCIellau says, "kept up a steady firo on rhe advancing ene my, compelling them, at last, to retire in dis order. The e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 February 1884

n' '.i-'TPv "-W -' ,,---- . : J?si t j," . "or rave fov turn wto te tome tits Imtttc, huG for lite ulta ima ovptonis." -v - EgTABLTSHED 1S77.-2TEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1884. YOL. m-NO. 27.-W0LE ISO. 131. .tss. J".p .vsS?Wis..,'- ' Y g vSS i-?' GEE aOH0WMS himsk EoffikiscmGcs of tlie War of IfoCLELLAj'S ES5EREAT; The Repulse of Longstreet and HiJl at Glendale. A.T MALT38B38" HILLS. MaCIeHan Succeeds in Estab lishing His Base on the James. Xii vr-Gtmavd 0. 0. Sbwari, TJ. S. A. i w ui.iiTFiK-xvL mam Baaenviin. 1 XXI continued. GI.rv.i.UL jt? Tflr 0 top. t jHoVl.i 'J follow, v the trv3fis stop by is ecSicHBit to record tfiat Heint was already at or near Glendale; frsBi Dili's ontnniand at Frazier's farm be mi - :pkt and jnmcr. retreating rapwHy, joiiif 1 hhrvi to Jliii'-tselman and AlcCall's Jivifin w XW're'a corps in such way as to cual all 'he approahis to oar line of retreat. Fsitd ,' iur icoi !, gone, Jacluxm did not j ma.i. a: fvag- Matieu, but hastened...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 February 1884

sSPS? "Sss-- - -s; THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHIOf, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1884, JIipj- w: ) flfyt35oviiv fir explanations, and Tt&fc.cu the debtor t ask whether a visit from lur mother in Mississippi would bo ac teplable; and bhe was assured that Mrs. Char ters-ale wuulu be deHpiitod to have her come. J Present , Mws Tyndal again satdown at her Llacc, and arlcd at operator and interpreter. 'Say to her f meaning Mrs. G.) that wo dl havo two or three friends to dinner to- lorrow f- tin tne aoctor. Has k, uuderstood this, Mre. Chartervsto in- jumd -oiio they were. The reply nictated to Mis Tj udal was : "Captain Adains and a friend of his.'- Hiss Watorhnry had safjcieutly recovered herself by tins lint to observe that there was a fmnt V- -'" - the ve-y faintest oa the cheek of Gent i. . . a .id that she appe&re-l to he mak iap ai : -Hi i- em careless. That young lady turiid t.i in r companion nod said: i st. a tofiaowyott ie pictures, jane; .'e.' The voaiur ladies went ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 February 1884

" J& , Jf THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON", P. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1884. llls BAINBRIDGE & SON. A Msiafec IM Rcsullcil in a Double Wedding. Tibr?'AS-;a seupressed innnuurof convcr ratfim in iiw artism1ung dQtarfenie3it of the large tirujiepy establishment of Messrs. Jlaiu-bri4'-' is. .Son whieh thotoady whir of a 3iuu dred v x ng nmcbinoiwuld not wholly drown. Win I? piBee Asmi.tine can be found, be sure t'n ioue foutinine will be hoard. 'xii. -uiM.-iuiident of the room, nuderstaad JMjt t'..s. did not attempt teiifuiee silence, so jm-tiv i)'l!c Wynu and Mary JJurton talked i4-j ru."lJHlJy in their corner of the givat looiii- .a..! uo one interfered, 450 long as lingers WV i u :.. eli as tongues. an, was what May said, Bollic's nine : iivitei upon the quilling on which ,. iii work: the v, tier yesterday whoa I was going out ur. She was j ust popping into nor car ,;t.d ?.Ir. Eagr himself handing her in. ri.-i f"-ilC the; r ks oi J nearly forty, 1 should say; out ..y su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 February 1884

w?!ws r-f'pF- l THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASfflNGTOI D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY U, 183L The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) To cam: ron him vho has dcrhc the dattu:, Ato res K1S VflDOW ANO OSPHANS." AORAH.U t-lHCOLM. "The vauc or the puauc ocot of the United BrATbS, AOTKWaKDtY LAW, tKCUJOWG DEQ7S JH0BRRE3 FOB MYMEWT Or PCf40KK JIB COUNTIES roK SERVICES IN SUP FRCSSMie INSJUStCiVx OR nCBCUJON. CHAU. HOT DC CWCS- tijwco." Sccj .r. 23V, Gotitution of the Umttco 1 OOMWOCT T THE ABLEST TPCK MVOXEB TO THE 1TER IT OF H-HetOUatft WOtWHEOMI TOECWWTRr. I EA8HCSTVY COMMOW STIOAu COMWSDCS OF THE OB01." JAtn. VjwDtswooRr, CommnmwmOkici G. A. H. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. universally followed, and we trnsfc the new elected officers in every Department will make tbe extension of this heueficent Order a subject of special consideration. The establishment of a Relief Corps in connec tion with every Post of the Grand Army will double its usefulness and assure its perpetuity. There is no danger of a Post dyi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 February 1884

, VS"? THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 188. 5 DOINGS OF- CONGRESS, A Dull Week $300,000 for tho Belief of the Flood Sufferers. Ta the Sonata, oa Wednesday, the 6th inst., j JUT. DBWl M.-o., "" " w .w .. itaixy Affairs, reported adversely the bill to in crease the pay of army chaplains. Mr. Lojjau (I1L) introduced a bill to increase tlio oiiiciMcy of tho army. The Senate proceeded to the consideration of bills upon its calendar, to which no objection was. raistd, and look, up and, after a short do bate, passed the bill appropriating $777,580.93 for the ouxnplotion of the Capitol terraces and the stairways conuectod therewith. In tue course of debate, Jlr. Ingalls (Kan.) expressed theJiopc that the funeral pile at the entranoe to the main approach to the Capitol on Pouiibyivania avenne, and intended for or nauioutal sialnary, should be removed to some nfijacsnt cemetery. It was wholly out of place, lie said, in tbo position in which it now stood. Poopio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 February 1884

??511 rv z$f T . 6 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY1 14, 1884. WW?Sl HE ENCAMPMENTS. Pennsylvania Splendid Showing of Thirty Thousand Comrades. special Correspondence National Tribune. Lancaster, Pa.. Feb. 7, 1SS1. The eighteenth iinmi.il Encampment of the Department of Pennsylvania hasmst, perform ed its work in a mo-t thorough manner, and e!os?d this evening. The sessions wcro hnrnio mous, ilic business was more than usually im portant and the chnrscfcy of the material of "ttlsi'ditlse Encampment was composed was of a higher grade than ever before. I:: a few words, the d -hreni Lucampmcnt was, in tlip judg ment wjo who had attended many pre vious u .. tu l.-?t the Department ever held. S'i ru i'k-r 10 o'clack .yesterday morning Dcjv.ru.i t.t onumKidor Osbarne and staff, es cort . 1 3 V--, s fci nd 485, of Lancaster, with t. S:u ' .' u uf r.:uslc. left lho Stevens House, v her, he idqaartvis bad been established, and J ir.oc 1 : .. i : . rtl v to ilseuner...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 February 1884

rrri?. --Tf rrr -M J"OrVJTi ;&&5 w '? THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1884. essses iGijTMG THEIJ OYER F What Our fcicrans Haie to Say About Tlicir Old Oampaign& The.lsMxnt? Ielcna or GIth X. Y.) Tols. at F&lr Oaks. To the 3iStor Xational Tbihuxij: Iv. Teafting General Howard's account of tlio first day (Saturday) al Fair Uaks, I me much interested, though in some things I must ma terially differ with biin in relation to that part of tbe ftrfd immediately about Seven Pines. I cannot iet his account go into history with tho. mention f nianv residents and batteries, yot leaviog out ouo of each of those arms of the service whoso bravery -was tho admiration of no loss than the sis general officers on that day and several others subsequently. I only wish it wore in abler hands to bestow tho credit. In this feeble effort it is necessary first to give the position of Abcrerombio's hngade, composed of the following regiments: 65th Uew York, 23d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 14 February 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,.!). 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 188. m. 0. 0. SOW ABB'S BEIINI5CENCES. Continued from 1st jge. 3tv rt hesitated, and thou fell back uuder shelter, lieu eauuot stand that unceasing hail! HILL'S FDTILE FUIIV. Hiil's men were met by our Morell's steaay juvision, aided by Caldwell's brigade. These latter were iny. choice regiments, which bad ecru sharp firing before. liut BiUT xrtis not easily satisfied. 3To"was -IilKv-r4Blid pugilist, who strikes toward the right and strikes toward iho left, and then hows bis head vind rushes blindly upon his foe. Bill thus tried, again and again, after the fashion of the Gaines' Mill charging, to break through the Yankees' Ferried battery and mus ketry defenses; but Kearney, Conch, Morell, TSier, with the big guns and the numerous siuallor batteries, and other troops on hand when needed, reudorod all D. U. Hill's eflorts futile, j For a few moments it did look as ifbis bold- i est attempt by a oohimn of battalions woul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 February 1884

Ss. rp fiff-y-"J.r-'' - !ae Tfs's r or jpkv ftw ! w!t0 to trcrvno tfo fyrtt ft, mtfl fcw tita wtfto mtd syvphr WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, l$Lf ESTABLISHED 1877.-ISTEW SERIES. YOL. ET-NO. 28 -WHOLE NO. 13& - t- Mattimal Eftimnu (ML 0. 0. HOWARD'S Personal Reminiscenoes of the War of the Mellion. POPE 13 THE SADDLE. The Movements Preliminary to tlie .Second Bull Run. AT GEDAH JOUNTAIK Lee's iFJamking Process Pope's Plans Frustrated. By Major-Gmaral 0. 0. Howard, U. S. A. Lcoi'vcieiEraDw-s.inisianTS bhseeyed.1 XVIL I premised iepceparc a paper concerning the ipesuMons and batties wtdoh occurred on the lafief3ir&aassas, August 23th, 29th and 30ib, 1682. The fidd is variously named Second Bull Sua, Grovoton, Gainesville and 3kuiassas. We usually say Hie second battle of Burl Bun, while ibo Confederates name it In their reports the second battle of Manassas. Since I have commenced my task, and find the saaterial very abundant, I have decided to furnish a mere summar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 February 1884

vnrfi 4-Sr Jr"-" j t V lb--' i - w. '" .S--W'5--a-r T " ip-i-i THE NATIONAL TBIBUNE:, -WASHINGTON. D., 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1884. LOYALWOMP'SWORK EwM& Topics Our Experience Moating llelief Corps STcws. Tes,":' i W)I' t tare u IGoh&hcI& by Kale UNSfcmrood. "L;fc well to yonr inomorics! They need just a- tarrfol ttention as your food and your dloibn.s.yowr fiuinsand yoar shops, your stock and vur children, your fires in winter and pj.r' ? i-s in summer. They need replenishing:, like j .mr food; repairing, like your clothing; wirtt1 'i.g. like yftor farms; Tcuewing, like vynr 'I o;, patioMt discipline, like your ckil dri .' iu-1, Jke yonr fires, and freshening aud fivoivi.wg, like your pantry-shelves. They nei. da- -it niaay more things besides; indeed, o n c- 'i that you can institute a parallel with. fiKiv1' ' g in nature. tV m-ne one Bays, "I have such a poor memurv th-re is no use in trying to do any thing wtU it." Bat whv have yen a poor memory? I will tell you.....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 21 February 1884

pgSSfP '-?: f: THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON 0., THURSDAY, PEBRUARY 21, 1884. - - V" -, -- r5 -v-s ,v j-; -y-- --?"e - OBR rurl; TOPICS, Some Practical Suggestions for Our Agricultural Readers. LiszirutHU j;iyci0 iiiuuiiu. -i .n -., u .-w- iy to prepare it by turning it over frequently id sprinkling with water, so as to induce fcr- EOW TO GEOW JIDSmiOOMS. The following comprehensive hints on mush room culture ;irc abridged from a French arti cle. It is woll-kuown that the French, culti vators GX.col in -fliis production. "The chief conditions consiBt in growing mushrooms in a very rich soil, and under a gonial, oven temperature. To secure this latter condition the culturo is often carried on in cel lars, but other localities, such as sheds, out-hoitf-es. stables, railway arches, Ac, will suit as well, provi ded Uta t , cither natural ly or by arti fi cial means, the temperature does not exceed 85 degrees cor falls below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. The most essential material for the b...

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